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Aho-Girl: Clueless Girl Anime's Teaser Reveals July Premiere

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
diomedéa animates television anime based on Hiroyuki's manga

The official website of the television anime adaptation of Hiroyuki's Ahogaru: Clueless Girl (Aho Girl) manga began streaming a teaser video for the anime on Thursday. The video reveals the anime's July premiere.

Kodansha Comics announced in October that it would publish the manga in North America under the title Ahogaru: Clueless Girl. Kodansha Comics describes the series:

Yoshiko, a truly clueless high school girl, is never far from over the top hijinks. Her childhood friend has no choice but to look out for her!

Keizō Kusakawa (Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?, Unlimited Fafnir) is serving as chief director, and Shingo Tamaki (chief animation director on Day Break Illusion) is directing at diomedéa. Takashi Aoshima (Gabriel DropOut, The Troubled Life of Miss Kotoura) is in charge of the series scripts, and Masakazu Ishikawa (Squid Girl, Campione!) is designing the characters. angela (K, Fafner) will perform the anime's theme song.

Hiroyuki (Doujin Work, The Comic Artist and His Assistants) launched the four-panel comedy manga in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2012, but moved it to Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine, where it is ongoing, in June 2015. Kodansha shipped the eighth compiled book volume in October. Hiroyuki also drew a crossover between Ahogaru: Clueless Girl and Ken Akamatsu's Love Hina manga in 2014.

Hiroyuki's Doujin Work manga inspired a 12-episode television anime series in 2007 that Media Blasters released on home video. Media Blasters previously released the manga's first four volumes in English in 2009. Hiroyuki's The Comic Artist and His Assistants manga also inspired a 12-episode television anime series that aired in 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired, and Sentai Filmworks released the series on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in 2015.

[Via Otasuke]

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